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will be warming up today. 60s and 70s. >>> coming up on mornings on 200s of people hurt in russia after a meteor slams to earth. we'll show you the incredible video. >>> also a chase, crash, and gunfire on the streets of san francisco over night. we have an exclusive photo of the suspects car. stay with us. >>> a terrifying real-life scene that looks like a science fiction movie. hundreds are hurt after a meet yore slams -- meteor slams into earth. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where a car thief sets off a police chase but ends in a five-car crash. we'll tell you why one officer opened fire and show you where the bullets landed. >> reporter: we're live here in antioch where a 14-year-old girl was killed as she was trying to cross the street. we'll bring you the very latest on the investigation and what some residents are saying about this very busy intersection. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's friday, february 15th. >>> a russian news agency is reporting that nearly a thousand people were injure
mcclain, back in action, going out on a mission. it takes place in russia. he's trying to make amends with his grown son, jack. he finds himself wrapped up in this plot and they have to fight bad guys and shoot 400 people. take a listen. >> and bruce willis is 79 years old. >> get out of the way! sorry, ma'am. knock knock. >> that's right. rotten tomatoes, the crowd loves this one, 82%. critics, 13% from the critics. but the series has been around since 1988 was the first "die hard." i love bruce willis, i'm going to check it out. yippy kiya, mother russia. >> i'm working on "escape from planet earth," a 3-d animated space adventure. this is a cute movie. it's about a guy or an astronaut, he gets trapped by going to help a known alien -- dangerous alien planet. his brother has to come help him. we're talking about brendan frazier, ricky gervais, sarah jessica parker. so take a listen. >> freeze. >> who's next? >> okay, i love you guys. >> all right. so the good news is, there aren't a whole lot of reviews out there just yet. but there is one quick review that basically says, it's fami
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, and sharp explosion of marked the passage today of a meteor across the sky above russia's ural mountains. that is about 930 mi. east of moscow. this is video of the event. >> more than 400 people have reported injuries from broken glass. the emergency ministry says fragments of the media right fell in a thinly populated area. officials say parts of zinc factory roof collapsed. >> of luck sprinter oscar pistorius has arrived at a courthouse for his bail hearing in the murder case of his girlfriend. >> the double amputee superstar was seen leaving a police station in a dark suit, with a jacket covering his head as he got into a police car. >> model reeva steenkamp was shot and killed at pistorius home yesterday. >> we will be back with >> welcome back. a huge security flaw has been discovered in the iphone. >> a hacker discovered that anyone can get around a lock screen on the iphone 5 and a posted a video of you to join people how to do it. >> kron fours tech reporter gabe slate has more. >> 6.1 came out in late january the security threat has existed for less than a month. >> you could g
damage, i mean, the dinosaurs kind of damage, perhaps. hours before a meteor broke apart over russia. there are incredible pictures. i mean, no wonder people thought this was a ufo. can you imagine seeing that? streaking across the sky above the ural region in russia? there was chaos, there was panic, caught on camera. >> unbelievable. the powerful blast was enough to shatter windows and doors. about 1,000 people were reportedly injured. 3,000 buildings were damaged and windows completely blown out. tom foreman is "outfront." tom, what happened this morning in russia? i didn't believe when it i first saw it. we were covering the "triumph," and we said, ufo? could this be true? >> what happened is the russians got a very rude awakening. this meteor exploded 30 miles up in the atmosphere, above one of their more northern cities here, the impact was really huge considering this thing wasn't that big in terms of things flying through space. let's talk about the size of it, about ten tons which sounds like a lot but that's not a lot in space. about ten feet long. traveling 33,000 miles pe
this morning either. >> in russia, it's literally raping from the sky. what we think might be a meteor shower has hit this part of the country. i mean, right now some devastation from what we're hearing. lots of cars with busted out windows and lots of homes with busted out windows. >> at least is always the key word. 250 people injured because they were hurt by that glass, they were cut by all that glass shattering in the midst of all this. this is something you would see out of a movie, but we'll keep an eye on that for the rest of the morning. >> no school for them and they're in the cold right now, which is not good news. >> weird news from space. everyone take cover in you have to today. >>> "world news now" ♪ skinny, so skinny >>> come on, willis. >> skinny in the house! >> all righty. let's get through them. okay, so we all remember the nightclub brawl that chris brown and drake had last june. now the two of them are at it again, but in the courtroom. they have both decided to sue each other, and by the way, the french model, we're not sure if it's a man or woman, is also suing the b
on camera in russia. it sent four400 to the hospital. >> robert griffin iii is used to getting a lot of tweets from france. some local high-school students are bombarding him with tweets and for good reason. we will tell you why. "good morning washington" at 5:00 begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. it's friday, february 15. i am scott thuman. i am cynne simpson. . good morning to you. let's get to meteorologist jacqui jeras. >> we have some whether you need to know about especially if you have a late dinner plans to night. a wintry mix is headed this way. that includes snow. starting with 37 degrees in d.c. this morning 33 in dallas, 30 in gaithersburg. it is a dry start with fair skies. an upper level system and a coastal system will come together this weekend to bring a chance of snow, but nothing major. the bus stop forecast for today, looking at a temperature of 40 degrees with sunshine. so clouded by recess. 55 degrees by dropped off. the rena by about 4:00 this afternoon -- rain by 4:00. let's check on tra
states. the two the started it, united states and russia, have the largest arsenal. everyone has dozens. the united states and russia have 95% of the weapons. then you get united kingdom, france, china, india, pakistan, each with somewhere between 100 and 200 nuclear-weapons. north korea has a couple of weapons, maybe somewhere between six and 12. every time the test the use up some of their plutonium. the negotiated agreement in the 1990's with the nine states. host: what is the infrastructure that is needed to be a real threat? guest: that is a very quick -- a very good question. north korea cannot deliver this weapon. it is probably too bulky to put on a plane or missile. there is not much they can do with it. baby fat exit. but that is about it. most countries get a clear weapons and that is to stop other countries to stop from attacking them. it is one of the reasons nuclear-weapons have not been used in 60 years, despite the united states being in major wars. no one has used a nuclear weapon and that is because it not have much military value. you are seeing this change, particula
relationship changed and evolved with russia during the obama administration? what are the positives and negatives? guest: i think what has happened with russia, putin, who is the leader of russia, who came from the k.g.b., who came from the old soviet union, in my estimation is going back to his bad old ways. there was great hope for democracy in russia and nominally there are still elections and there's democracy but putin has consolidated power and has made it very difficult for democrats in russia to be able to have democratic government. and that's the big worry. and of course when you look at what russia has done and what china has done in the united nations, they have wielded their veto power and made it difficult for us to slap sanctions on iran, to help prevent iran from having a nuclear weapon. they have not been good players. and so i've seen russian democracy slide backwards. as long as putin is there, and it's really a shame because i think the russian people really want democracy. and i think putin is trying to be like the old communist leaders that we all remember, khr
and through my involvement with x5, i detoured back into hi path to my flight to space, and ended up in russia, training as a backup, and when i was there, i had no idea that i would get a chance tofully to space. i was just given an opportunity to go and train. and a lot of people may have said, well, why should i spend six months in the cold winter of moscow, and just go there for no apparent reason. and to me it was an opportunity to go spend time if with the astronauts and go to the same places the first person who went to space resided, and that whole history of the russian space program compelled me to go there. and being there gave me that opportunity to be at the right place at the right time. unfortunately for the primary crew member, northwestern who was suppose -- the person who was supposed to fliful he developed kidney stone which disqualified him from the flight. but fortunately for me, i was there to say, i'll take his seat! and that what i did. and this is another point i usually -- when i talk to students, which i do quite often, i try to tell them that if you have a passion,
. it was a lost opportunity of strengthening he could have done in the region. for china, iran, and russia and pakistan, we need more allies in that region and not to isolate ourselves. to leave afghanistan too quickly will put them in the arms of other countries. we would miss an opportunity to grow a real partnership over there. i definitely think maybe that's not military, maybe state department stuff instead. [indiscernible] i feel like cutting banks' stock will limit our ability to have that impact. when we talk about the american economy and american workers and values, it's good for us to be good to other places and that helps us here at home too. [indiscernible] it affects us in an indirect way, maybe not as much as social security and medicare. sequestration has really gotten people up in arms. i was looking for more of him to talk about that or how he was going to reduce the deficit host: we will talk about all the issues that president obama laid out in the state of the union address including the responses by the republicans. lawmakers will join us on the show. our boast is --
of the meteor shower already? oh, my gosh. these pictures in russia, western siberia. reports now that this meteor, which landed, has injured some 500 people, although the cars barely noticed. people just kept driving. >> eyes on the road, they're focused. >> the meteor shower created a 125 mile long sonic boom. many of the injured were hurt by sonic glass. the ministry is urging people not to panic. the g-20 is happening basically 1,000 miles away. unrelated to the asteroid which is going to fly by closely today as well, which people are afraid could knock out some satellites. only about like 19,000 miles in the air. don't panic. if glass is going to shatter randomly in your home, that's a little panic worthy, but -- >> when we come back, is now the time the bet on bonds? we'll hear from the man barren is calling the best around. also, an exclusive with kevin plank. he'll explain how his company plans to score with its new concept score. we had a little tick up, but still, that industrial production number was a slight risk. more straight ahead. i know what you're thinking... tra
of the u.s. tightens the conflict here. iran and russia has called it provocative, even some in turkey itself are angry. the group responsible for that attack last friday on the u.s. embassy in alaska rah cited deployment for a reason. others are saying the u.s. is not doing enough, that they literally are standing by the sidelines with 60,000-plus dead and 700,000 refugees. still, as we saw in that israeli attack on syria targets last week, this crisis is more and more becoming a regional conflict, and right now some men and women from the states are more involved. back to you, jon. jon: all right. greg talcott reporting live from turkey. greg, thank you. jenna: another story out of the middle easts we're watching very closely today, iran's president making history, becoming the first iranian head of state to visit egypt since iran's 1979 revolution. his trip is the latest sign, some say, of improved relations between these two countries. such a visit, we should mention, would have been pretty unthinkable under egypt's former president, mubarak, who signed a peace treaty with israel w
to russia and china. i can understand why the government puts up with this stuff like this, let's this stuff go on. they keep passing laws like that trying to help people. they have not helped people since the reagan administration. have gone downhill ever since. ever since he did away with airline controllers, everything has gone downhill. it is just like coal. all your coal moves out to the east coast, north, and the only reason we are talking about coal is because coal is coming down from the unit -- coal is coming down to the united states from canada. host: front page of "the washington post," "the fed is unlikely to pull stimulus plug soon." "stocks on wednesday tumbled on concerns after a recent meeting growing debate about the initiative with the federal bank, but is the prevailing sentiment at the fed on recent remarks that the central bank's efforts putting tens of billions of dollars into the economy every month should not end anytime soon." right next to that on the front page, "china has hacked most of washington." "this is the usual answer, a list of those hacked in recent year
.s. and russia have a plan. and they're going to present it to the iranians in talks next tuesday. the goal is to offer serious economic incentives in exchange for iran's shutting down uranium enrichment facility and surrendering the stockpile of urani uranium. we have details of this new proposal. what's new about it? i know last year they tried to do this and they didn't go for it. what's new here? >> that's right. it's been about a year since the u.s. and the partners sat down with iran over the nuclear program. they've been making a good deal of progress on the developments since that time. so they're sweetening the pot, so to speak, and asking more of ire ran in return whether they sit down next week in kazakhstan. in exchange for easing the ban on the trade of gold and precious metals to iran and some nuclear fuel for peaceful purposes, iran must close its enrichment facility at a plant that is underground. the longer iran keeps this underground facility open and becomes more difficult to stop them militarily from having the uranium needed for a nuclear weapon. they want them to ship
and police. the countries that have done this in the past are germany under adolf hitler, russian -- russia under stalin, and now sits on in china, these things led to the -- and now it's a town -- mai tse tung in china. millions of people lost their lives in the circumstances. guest: i have heard the comments that richard made, made before. certainly, the shooting in tucson, ariz., was not a gun- free zone. the shooting just yesterday las vegas was not a gun-free zone. they happen everywhere. unfortunately, the conversation that we're talking about, background checks for example, making sure they are down on everybody, get extrapolated to this degree that ultimately, this will result in people getting their doors kicked open and having someone take their guns. that is not the conversation at all. that is not what any of these bills or legislation will do it is unconstitutional to do that. we have the decision that you cannot ban guns. i think that is a great decision. it removes the extreme position that everyone is quite drop their guns taken away. setting background checks on all gun sa
disasters, especially in his first meeting with russia. >> we want to reset -- >> reporter: like his predecessor infamous misspelled reset button. >> we worked hard to get the right russian word. >> you got it wrong. >> reporter: kerry's photo op of the russian foreign minister was over in a minute. they seemed eager to get down to business. but when the cameras left kerry and sergei spent two hours together nearly half of which was devoted syria. >>> let's see if anything positive emerged from that meeting. we'll stay in touch with jill dougherty. let's get back to our top story. three days left to see if those forced spending cuts, $85 billion over the next seven months go into effect. our chief political analyst has been talking to senior administration officials. is there any progress being made at all to avert those cuts between now and friday? >> sure doesn't seem so. the senior administration officials i spoke with seem completely dug in on this. they are not having meetings with the house speaker or the republican leader in the senate. they told me that they believe that poli
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